"Spoken English" Essays and Research Papers

  • Spoken English

    are you? I am fifteen years old 10. Who is your spoken English teacher? My spoken English teacher is Mrs.Angel Rajamani 11. How many girls are there in your class? There are 62 girls in my class 12. What day is today? Today is Wednesday 13. Do you like your school? Yes, I do 14. Do you play in the evening? Yes, I play in the evening 15. What games do you play? I play throw ball, basketball 16. Who is your favourite teacher? Our English teacher is our favourite teacher 17. Do you read...

    Education, England, English language 1273  Words | 6  Pages

  • English Controlled Assessment spoken language

    English Controlled Assessment The English language, although used by almost all across the United Kingdom, has been mutated and altered in so many ways that sometimes we cannot even understand it ourselves. One of the main factors that affects our understanding of the language is one’s regional accent. Although most words and phrases will be comprehensible some phonetics may have changed so much that all we can do is hope that the context of what has been said makes sense in order for us to ‘fill...

    Accent, Dialect, English language 1424  Words | 3  Pages

  • Spoken Word Poetry

    Gabriella Garcia Medina, Spoken word poet To hear such powerful words in such a strong voice come from the tiny body was absolutely amazing. Today, I had the pleasure of being part of the audience to which Gabriela Garcia Medina delivered several of her lengthy, yet heartfelt poems. When you first see Gabriela, you would never think that inside the small body lies such power and self-confidence. She captivates her audience, makes them laugh, cry and think from deep within themselves and in the...

    Audience, Audience theory, Full-time 847  Words | 3  Pages

  • Written Mode- English Language

    Year 11 English Language Unit 1, Assessment Task 2: Report – Language in Urban Environments Written Mode Introduction Communication is a tool with which we exercise our influence on others, bring out changes in our and others’ attitudes, motivate the people around us and establish and maintain relationships with them. Communication forms a major part of our life and is a social activity. This social activity is pursued verbally through speech, reading and writing or non-verbally through body...

    Advertising, Communication, Nonverbal communication 1509  Words | 5  Pages

  • English

    Why English is important in Job Requirement? A study conducted by one of the biggest agencies, Job.com, founded that lack of communication skills in both speaking and writing has caused the main reasons for the failure of graduates in seeking jobs. An English lecturer of University Utara Malaysia’s school of cognitive science and education, M.Puveneswary who taught English at the University for about 11 years said, there was a gap between English at the workplace and academic environments...

    British Empire, Commonwealth of Nations, Communication 1291  Words | 4  Pages

  • Written and Spoken English Language

    Written and Spoken English Language The English language consists both of written and spoken features. Until recently, items and structures most typically found in spoken language have not been fully described. Most grammars of English have had a bias towards the written language. They are many differences between spoken and written English. Text A and B show written and spoken versions of an account of a days activities. Text A is a written account of these activities, while Text B is a...

    Dialect, English language, French language 741  Words | 2  Pages

  • Importance of Spoken English Language

    The importance of English as a spoken language began as a result of the colonial era, when European powers took to the seas in order to find new lands and natural resources. The effects of that time can still be felt in the number of English speakers in India, select parts of Asia and Africa, and North America. The influence of English grew stronger in the 20th century, with the increased mobility of populations, the growth of the United States as an economic power, and the presence of international...

    English language, European Union, International Monetary Fund 427  Words | 2  Pages

  • Learning Spoken English

    LEARNING SPOKEN ENGLISH . . . in half the time by Lynn Lundquist Learning Spoken English ...in half the time by Lynn Lundquist Publisher information Public Domain. This book (Learning Spoken English) may be freely published in English or translated into any other language. It may be sold or distributed in any manner (including website publication) without permission from, or royalty payments to, the original author. It may carry any publisher's, translator's, or author's name and...

    Control theory, English language, Feedback 16130  Words | 47  Pages

  • English

    a complex sentence, a Senate committee is believed to have found. (The Age, 13 September 2007) Nothing unites a country more than its common language because from a language comes a history and a culture. (John Howard quoted in Migrants to sit English test, ABC Online, 11 December 2006) Linguists suggest that some people deliberately choose a low status accent as a way of invoking prestige, although this is less common amongst women than men. The Australian-born children of migrants from Europe...

    Australian English, Culture of Australia, Dialect 942  Words | 3  Pages

  • How to Improve Spoken English

    how How to Improve Your Spoken English Advice for Struggling Students Written by F.J. Noonan How to Improve Your Spoken English Table of Contents INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................ 3 Aptitude ................................................................................................ 3 Motivation .............................................................................................. 3 More than Diligence...

    Commonwealth of Nations, English language, French language 6868  Words | 21  Pages

  • Importance of English

    Language plays and important role in human life. Out of all the languages in the world, English is considered as the international language The British rules introduced English in Indian schools. English is a window language. It is the most widely spoken language in the world. Through this language, India can establish her contacts with the developed nations of the world. Although Hindi has been pronounced as the national language in India, some non-Hindi speaking states have not yet accepted it...

    English language, French language, German language 797  Words | 3  Pages

  • Unit 301 Communication and Professional Relationships with Children, Young People and Adults

    simple questions but many different answers of how and why we communicate with others and the effect it has when communicating with people. Depending on the age of who we are trying to communicate with whether a child or an adult, someone whose English is a second language, or someone who has a disability the way in which we communicate with them should not really be much of a difference, it is how we communicate with them which is the most important part. How we communicate with others in schools...

    Communication, Grammar, Graphic communication 1720  Words | 5  Pages

  • Important of english

    people in the world now speak English? According to a recent report "...three billion people will be speaking or learning English within a decade." English is the language of globalization. It's the language of international business and politics. It is the primary language used for most computers and for the inner workings of the Internet. English is the dominant international language in communications, science, aviation, entertainment, radio and diplomacy. English is an important tool for operating...

    Commonwealth of Nations, English language, French language 724  Words | 3  Pages

  • Spoken English Lessons

    Spoken English Lessons Lesson 1 – English Conversation List of topics to talk about. Use this list for both spoken and written practice. For spoken English practice, pick any topic and prepare it at home, using the questions as a guideline. To improve your sentences, you can write the answers and then memorize whole sentences. This will help you learn correct English sentences and you will be able to use them when speaking. Don't memorize whole paragraphs. Only memorize separate sentences. That...

    2007 singles, Auxiliary verb, English language 2476  Words | 11  Pages

  • Importance of English

    Muhammad Adil Rehman COURCE TITLE : English Comprehension & Composition TOPIC : IMPORTANCE OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE ENGLISH LANGUAGE AS A MEDIUM OF INSTRUTION WHAT IS LANGUAGE ? Language, so far as we know, is something specific to...

    American English, Dialect, English language 942  Words | 3  Pages

  • English

    Advantages of Speaking English X [pic] John London John London is an English journalist who has been writing professionally since 2006. His articles have appeared in major British newspapers such as "The Times" and "The Guardian." London holds a Master of Arts in journalism from the University of the Arts London. By John London, eHow Contributor [pic]When you go abroad, English will probably be the single language many people will understand. English is known to be so useful throughout...

    British Empire, Commonwealth of Nations, England 586  Words | 3  Pages

  • english

    " THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE IS FULL! " In the last few years, the English language has undergone many changes. Dubbed the international language, English has become the language that most people wish to learn. Many reasons explain such a choice but none explains it better than the fact that the strongest economy still remains the United States of America. Being an Englishspeaking country, its language radiates around the world. Most countries and national governments grant English a special...

    Dialect, English language, French language 742  Words | 2  Pages

  • Importance of English

    History of the English Language A short history of the origins and development of English The history of the English language really started with the arrival of three Germanic tribes who invaded Britain during the 5th century AD. These tribes, the Angles, the Saxons and the Jutes, crossed the North Sea from what today is Denmark and northern Germany. At that time the inhabitants of Britain spoke a Celtic language. But most of the Celtic speakers were pushed west and north by the invaders - mainly...

    British Empire, British English, Dialect 720  Words | 3  Pages

  • English Essay

    THE IMPORTANCE OF STUDYING ENGLISH English can be said to be the most important and the most useful language in theworld today. There are many reasons why you should study the language properly.The first reason is English will help you a lot when you further your studies.Almost all the books at the universities are written in English. So, if your English is poor,you are going to have a big problem studying there.The second reason you have to study English well is that it will help you to get ajob...

    Dialect, England, English language 938  Words | 3  Pages

  • Malaysian English vs Standard English

    Malaysian English versus Standard English Introduction Many countries use the English Language as a second language or perhaps its official language. When we talk about English Language, the most acknowledged kind is called Standard English (SE). In Malaysia, English is widely used, as it is our country’s second language. However, the type of English that is more commonly used here is known as Malaysian English (ME). Malaysian English (ME) Vs Standard English (SE) ME is quite different...

    British English, Dialect, English language 1096  Words | 5  Pages

  • English

    Nikoloz Vetsko 9/4/2014 Cause English The first time I read a book in English, and honestly a book in general, was in 5th grade. I grew up in the Republic of Georgia, went to a public school for most of my first four years, with teachers that didn’t really care if I paid attention or really, if I was there at all. It was hard for me to care when they didn’t seem to, I wasn’t motivated to do anything, and in fact it would be accurate to say that in those first four years, I didn’t learn anything...

    British Empire, British Isles, Commonwealth of Nations 873  Words | 3  Pages

  • Storytelling in the Montessori Classroom

    Teachers of English, quote from www.storyteller.net) This is something that should be started on the first day the children walk through the door of the classroom (Fernando, 1999). Storytelling has been a part of life for a very long time. Stories tell us about the nature of the human life and give shape to the events and emotions which are encountered in daily life. From the earliest of times, stories were the way of passing down the history of the land and people who lived there. The spoken word...

    Child, Hearing, Sense 929  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Role of English

    Background of the problem English is connecting language between people in entire world on earth. Almost developing countries include our beloved country Indonesia use this language as general communication, we can find everywhere everyplace people talk in many words in English, not only student but we generally often speak with it. Open wide mind to see how feasible of English is nowadays, to be learn or to be ignored? Our youth generation still, keeps stuck in reverse that said English is difficult to be...

    Dutch language, English language, First language 1979  Words | 7  Pages

  • english essay

     English is a West Germanic language that was first spoken in early medieval England and is now the most widely used language in the world. It is spoken as a first language by the majority populations of several sovereign states, including the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, Australia, Ireland, New Zealand and a number of Caribbean nations; and it is an official language of almost 60 sovereign states. It is the third-most-common native language in the world, after Mandarin Chinese and...

    Anglo-Saxons, England, English language 835  Words | 3  Pages

  • English

    MINUTES OF ENGLISH PANEL MEETING (15 Jan 2013 @ 1.35 pm, Physics Lab) Attendance : 1. Puan Adila bt Ahmad (Head of Panel) 2. Puan Julaila bt Yahya (Senior Teacher of Language Department) 3. Puan Zuraini bt Abdullah 4. Puan Suhaila bt Kayat 5. Puan Syazrin Syimee bt Sharifuddin 6. Puan Zuhira @ Suria bt Ghazali 7. Puan Asmaton bt Mohd Nawawi 8. Puan Robitah bt Nordin 9. Puan Santhi Nair a/p Baskaran Nair 10. En Mohd Azlan b. Mohd Ali Secretary : En.Azlan bin Mohd Ali Absentees...

    Education, English people, School 997  Words | 6  Pages

  • what is communication

    receiver. Formulation – thoughts gathered Transmission – thoughts conveyed Reception - message received Comprehension – message understood Writing BraillieNonverbal facial expressions and postures Music Fashion Dance How do humans communicate? Spoken language Sign language Symbols Is communication unique to human life forms or do other species communicate? If other species do communicate, how do the communication systems compare with human communication systems? What is language? a code ...

    Communication, Human, Language 742  Words | 2  Pages

  • Isesol English

    International Spoken English for Speakers of Other Languages Book 2 Achiever Communicator Vincent Smidowicz Bridget Bloom Spoken English for Speakers of Other Languages Book 2 Achiever/Communicator Introduction This booklet provides a taster of the new support materials created for Spoken ESOL. All the sample exercises included here have been selected from Book 2, which covers the Achiever and Communicator levels. This new and important resource (see Key features) is designed both to help...

    English language, Good and evil, Lingua franca 1055  Words | 6  Pages

  • Student Learning Outcomes Research Paper

    develop into words. Parents should talk to babies and tell them the names of objects. Encouraging babies to say syllabus and repetitive sounds like “mama” and “dada” are great ways to begin oral development. If I child never hears any words or language spoken to them then how can they ever be expected to speak that language. As a teacher you should incorporate the following into your classroom to encourage oral language development; engage children in extended conversations, encourage children to tell...

    Communication, Knowledge, Language 1402  Words | 4  Pages

  • Sister Flowers- Power in the Voice

    feelings, instill emotions in others, and separate classes of people. Language is a key element in the expression of oneself. We will see how Marguerite sees Mrs. Flowers and how she changes her life forever with the understanding and importance of the spoken words and what it symbolizes. After being raped at the tender age of 8 years old, Marguerite Johnson entered into a cocoon. This was her haven against the world after she was raped. Marguerite explains, “I sopped around the house, the store, the...

    Human voice, Language, Linguistics 1126  Words | 3  Pages

  • English as Official Language

    Should English Be Our Official Language? Current Language Use in the United States In the United States, there are 303 languages other than English that are spoken at home, these categories include; Native American languages, African languages, Chinese, other Asian languages, Pacific Island languages, and Indic languages. According to the US Census, in 2007 the number of people five and older who spoke a language other than English at home doubled in the last three decades. English was...

    English language, European Union, French language 879  Words | 3  Pages

  • Indian English

    Indian English Indian English refers to dialects or varieties of English spoken primarily in India and also by Indian Diaspora elsewhere In the world. Due to British colonialism for over two hundred years’ as were used more to British English than to American, Australian or Canadian English. And due to the presence of vernacular languages in our country, English was chosen to be the co-official language of the union of India. Our obvious choice is one of the varieties of British English; which educated...

    Consonant, Dialect, English language 1904  Words | 5  Pages

  • Meaning of a word

    "Language is the subject. It is the written form with which I've managed to keep the wolf from the door, and in diaries, my sanity. In spite of this, I consider the written word inferior to the spoken, and much of the frustration experienced by novelists is the awareness that whatever we manage to capture in even the most transcendent passages falls far short of the richness of life. Dialogue achieves its power in the dynamics of a fleeting moment of sight, sound, smell and touch." -excerpt taken...

    Language, Linguistics, Meaning of life 1126  Words | 4  Pages

  • Middle English

    Copy Middle English played an important role in the history of the English language. Middle English began about 1150-1500. Dialect diversity was major in this period that people from one part of England could not understand people in another part. Although, slowly, the dialect spoken in London was becoming the standard. Middle English develops out of the late Old English in Norman England. Middle English can be divided into three periods: Early, Central, and Late. Early Middle English still contained...

    Dialect, England, English language 928  Words | 3  Pages

  • Speakers of English

    how many speakers of English there are around the world today? Introduction A language is a socio-cultural aspect of any given society. It is important to note that languages tend to evolve thereby making it impossible to establish their evolutionary paths and developments. As a result, there have been enormous challenges in the attempt to establish the historical path of such languages. With English language, the situation becomes even worse simply because it is widely spoken across the globe. With...

    British Isles, Dialect, England 1282  Words | 4  Pages

  • Effective Communication

    is not just about the words I use, but also my manner of speaking, body language and, above all, the effectiveness with which I can listen. To communicate effectively it is important to take account of culture and context, for example where English is an additional language. Effective engagement requires me to involve the CYP’s in the design and delivery of services and decisions that affect them. It is important for me to consult with them and consider their opinions and perspectives from...

    Communication, Graphic communication, Language 1902  Words | 6  Pages

  • In Depth Description on the Different Reasons Why People Communicate

    involves listening, questioning, understanding and responding. This does not have to be in the form of the spoken word but can consist of facial expressions, eye contact, body language:- posture, actions and or gestures, tone of voice, pauses and taking it in turns. As a practitioner, you must always take into account that there are some cultures and contexts where English is not the first spoken language, therefore you must know how to choose the most effective way to communicate i.e. translator. ...

    Communication, Facial expression, Nonverbal communication 849  Words | 3  Pages

  • Black Vernacular English: A Unique Form of American English

    Vernacular English from Virginia Black Vernacular English, a dialect at times used by as many as 80 to 90 percent of African Americans and long identified by whites as substandard English, is in fact a different and unique form of American English. Black Vernacular English (BVE), or Black English, is fundamentally a spoken language derived from the slaves and still remarkably consistent throughout African American culture. Because of the roots and many unique aspects of Black Vernacular English, it...

    African American, African American Vernacular English, American English 919  Words | 3  Pages

  • Why English

    WHY ENGLISH? There are in Asia many different languages as well as many different dialects. This is true also of many parts of Africa where in Ghana alone there are many different languages, each one again, with many dialects. Therefore since it is only by the spoken word that human beings can communicate with one another, the necessity for a common language, whatever that common language may be is obvious. Common language that has been state up is the English language. English has been choose...

    British Empire, Commonwealth of Nations, English language 1583  Words | 5  Pages

  • English in Malaysia

    According to The Encyclopedia of Malaysia: Languages & Literature, p 61, English in Malaysia has been categorized into three levels: the acrolect, mesolect and basilect. The acrolect is near-native. Only those educated in core English-speaking countries from early schooling up to university may be found to speak the acrolect variety, and only a small percentage of Malaysians are proficient in it. As with other similar situations, a continuum exists between these three varieties and speakers may...

    American English, British Empire, British English 1182  Words | 4  Pages

  • Communication and Professional Relationships with Children Young People and Adults

    and adults in all walks of life and at any age whether it be with relatives, friends, neighbours, colleagues, associates or even total strangers. Also, effective language skills are essential for children to access the curriculum. In the classroom, spoken language is the main way that teachers teach and children learn. Therefore if the skill of communicating in an effective manner isn’t learned or grasped at an early age then it could lead to various complications in terms of interacting with other...

    Childhood, Communication, Graphic communication 1866  Words | 5  Pages

  • Howl by Allen Ginsberg

    Nicole 815097199 English 220 Brooks 4 October 2012 Option B I saw the best minds of my generation, consumed by the hatred and temptation, roped in by the idea that theres no greater sensation, than picking up the needle without any contemplation, had an eight year full ride, he could of led a whole nation, sacrificed his love for music, to pawn his Gibson, get his fix and use it. If he could go back in time I wonder if he would still choose it. I saw the best minds of my generation...

    Allen Ginsberg, Beat Generation, Lucky the Dinosaur 1252  Words | 4  Pages

  • English Not English

    English Not a Native Tongue” English as a second language is an issue now days. Many people that don’t speak or write English, life tends to be a bit harsh on them. I personally have experience how difficult it is when one is not born in a family where English is not the native language. I came across two great essays, written by Amy Tan and Richard Rodriguez. These two great authors wrote about the challenges they faced while growing up in families that English was not their native tongue. Tan...

    English language, Family, Father 1283  Words | 3  Pages

  • Unit 068

    Unit 068 Outcome 1 Question 1) Explain each of the terms: * Speech- Is the vocalised language in which people do. * Language- Is a way in which you communicate with words or set of symbols that can be spoken, written or signed. * Communication-Is a way of sending signals to another person this includes facial expressions, body language, language, and gesture. * Speech, language and communication needs- Is any difficulty in which the child has in speech, language or communicating...

    Communication, Environment, Graphic communication 1959  Words | 6  Pages

  • English Language

    can be meaningfully combined is defined by the language's syntax and grammar. The actual meaning of words and combinations of words is defined by the language's semantics English is a West Germanic language that was first spoken in early medieval England and is now the most widely used language in the world.[4] It is spoken as a first language by the majority populations of several sovereign states, including the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, Australia, Ireland, New Zealand and a number...

    English language, French language, German language 2219  Words | 7  Pages

  • English as the Official Language of the U.S.?

    English: To Be or Not To Be the Official Language of the United States? For years, there has been debate over whether or not the Congress should pass legislation which would make English the official language in the United States of America. On one side of the spectrum, supporters of the issue feel that official English would help to unify America under one language, thus promoting a faster, cost-effective and efficient way of communicating. On the other side of the argument, opponents feel...

    English language, European Union, German language 681  Words | 3  Pages

  • English Language

    Project-English English Project Presented by: Date: May 10, 2012 Index 1. Presentation Page 2. Index 3. Introduction 4. Origin of English Language 5. Origin of the English Language 6. Origin of the English Language 7. How did the English Language spread around the world? & English as a major business communication around the world. } 8. Conclusion Introduction The English Language has been spoken for many years, in this project I will talk about...

    England, English language, French language 873  Words | 3  Pages

  • Key Factors to a Supportive Environment

    is a mood board on the wall with the phase 'how do you feel today'. The board displays a variety of facial expressions and words for the children to relate to and caters especially to children still developing their speech or children that have English as an additional language. We also have a mark making area with creative resources for the children to express themselves. Throughout the setting there are posters and images reminding the children of the pre-school rules, for example use kind hands...

    Child, Childhood, Developmental psychology 1366  Words | 5  Pages

  • English Is a Global Language?

    Do people agree that English is a global language? Do people know why they need a global language? Why do people all over the world learn English? Of course, English is a global language, but it does not mean everyone can speak English in the world, and it does not mean every country uses English as an official language. In 2009, English is the native language for one third of all people and on the first ranking that most people have spoken. (Weber, 1995, The World’s 10 most influential language...

    English language, First language, French language 1094  Words | 3  Pages

  • ethics

    THE PRIVACY OF COMMUNICATION, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Section 1. It shall be unlawful for any person, not being authorized by all the parties to any private communication or spoken word, to tap any wire or cable, or by using any other device or arrangement, to secretly overhear, intercept, or record such communication or spoken word by using a device commonly known as a dictaphone or dictagraph or dictaphone or walkie-talkie or tape recorder, or however otherwise described: It shall also be unlawful...

    Acts of the Apostles, Crime, Crimes 1200  Words | 4  Pages

  • spoken language

    Primary ‘posh’ (due to...)adapt to peers at secondary parental criticism gr + pr. Gr: would of wrote written √ pr: water - wa’er,  Transcript – fillers, false starts, sociolect  Comparison –formal polite register, ‘nicely spoken’ standard English. Less elision. module /research. S: whajumean,  Alter idiolect according, slip between, ‘fit in’,  Perceptions Dorset and B’ham.  Culture – formulaic, young. Not accent, dialect, but register, intonation. American media ...

    Accent, According to Jim, Dialect 1441  Words | 4  Pages

  • Assistant Teacher

    hearing and request a test if necessary. The assessor will check physiological factors affecting development like vision, cleft palate, motor difficulties. The assessor will show particular awareness and sensitivity to, the needs of a child learning English as an additional language. To encourage and develop the child’s speech, language and communication skills most effectively, the adult needs to position herself face to face as the adult plays and talks to the children. The adult needs to shift...

    Communication, Language, Natural language 2038  Words | 6  Pages

  • Spread of English

    In nowadays, English become an international language due to the English rapidly spread worldwide, there are majority of people are likely to speak or to learn English. During the medieval and early modern periods, the influence of English spread throughout the British Isles, and from the early seventeenth century onwards, its influence began to be felt throughout the worldwide. Undoubtedly, as an international language, English has contributed to different fields of the world, such as the advancement...

    British Empire, British Isles, Dialect 1367  Words | 4  Pages

  • Features of Spoken Language

    of spoken language that I have used in my home. When I am speaking to a person with a higher position is society, I will greatly vary my speech in terms of my vocabulary and even reduce or abolish the use of less formal features such as fillers and acronyms. However whilst I am conversing with a person of my age or a similar position in society, I will greatly use informal features such as tag questions and ellipsis. In my informal conversation with the plumber, I have used an array of spoken language...

    Affect, Dialect, English language 1306  Words | 3  Pages

  • Communication and Child Development

    Speaking fluently, without hesitating, prolonging or repeating words or sounds • Speaking with expression in a clear voice, using pitch, volume and intonation to support meaning. Language – The method of communication between people. It can either be spoken or written (or in the case of a deaf person, hand signs), consisting of the use of words in a structured and conventional way. But not all language is verbal or written, any nonverbal method of expression or communication is still language, such as...

    Communication, Creativity, Developmental psychology 2003  Words | 7  Pages

  • Republic Act No. 4200

    THE PRIVACY OF COMMUNICATION, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Section 1. It shall be unlawful for any person, not being authorized by all the parties to any private communication or spoken word, to tap any wire or cable, or by using any other device or arrangement, to secretly overhear, intercept, or record such communication or spoken word by using a device commonly known as a dictaphone or dictagraph or dictaphone or walkie-talkie or tape recorder, or however otherwise described: It shall also be unlawful...

    Acts of the Apostles, Communication, Crime 1041  Words | 3  Pages

  • Scottish English

    ------------------------------------------------- Background Scottish English results from language contact between Scots and the Standard English of England after the 17th century. The resulting shifts to English usage by Scots-speakers resulted in many phonological compromises and lexical transfers, often mistaken for mergers by linguists unfamiliar with the history of Scottish English.  Furthermore, the process was also influenced by interdialectal forms, hypercorrections and spelling pronunciations...

    English language, International Phonetic Alphabet, James I of England 1239  Words | 4  Pages

  • India and English

    India and English From 1857, when English was introduced by the Imperial Government as the only medium of education, the English language has played a significant role in the lives of Indian people. After a long struggle by national leaders, in the 1920s, the British rulers reluctantly permitted school education through the medium of Indian languages (designated as vernaculars). In 1947 when India gained independence from the British rule, English was to have been replaced by national languages...

    British Empire, Commonwealth of Nations, English language 1253  Words | 3  Pages

  • unit 301

    establish communication in these situations, but it can be overcome quite quickly where you make an effort to establish the needs or the individual. It is always best when you meet someone to begin communication upon your own terms; if you speak English greet them as such, although ensure that you are speaking slowly and clearly. The person who you are addressing will then either respond, meaning that you both have the same needs/ preferences in language, or they will make it clear if they cannot...

    Communication, Culture, Graphic communication 1820  Words | 7  Pages

  • Differences Between Mandarin and English

    Differences between Mandarin and English Mandarin, known by many for being one of the most difficult languages in the world, is my mother language. Born in China eighteen years ago, I was raised in a Mandarin-speaking environment. Both of my parents have been speaking to me in Mandarin ever since I was a child. Mandarin is the language I usually spoke when I was in China and even in here I speak Mandarin with my Chinese friends. Studying the first language is a slow and natural process which is...

    Chinese language, English language, French language 1441  Words | 4  Pages

  • English

    Guess Paper – 2009 Class – X Subject – English (Grammar) Make regular practice of English grammar at www.amuseonline.com Learn English from home. email : amrita@amuseonline.com Max. Marks 25 Que. 1. The following passage has not been edited. There is an error in each of the line against which a blank is given. Underline the incorrect...

    Doctor, English grammar, English-language films 688  Words | 4  Pages

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